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Streets of Rage 2

With DotEmu announcing Streets of Rage 4 in conjunction with Sega, we at Orange Bison have decided to write a retrospective of the original Mega Drive/Genesis games. Last week we started with the original now it is time for the sequel Streets of Rage 2. Image from Kotaku.com One year after the defeat of Mr X, the trio of heroes from the original games have all gone back to their day jobs. Adam has...[Read More]

Interview – Bitmap Bureau

Orange Bison had the pleasure to speak to Mike Tucker from Bitmap Bureau to talk about his up and coming game Xeno Crisis. Orange Bison: Can you tell us about your project? Bitmap Bureau: Well, Xeno Crisis is a new game originally designed for the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis which takes a lot of inspiration from Smash TV but also throws in elements of Mercs, Shock Troopers, The Chaos Engine, Skeleto...[Read More]

Streets of Rage

With the announcement of DotEmu’s new game “Streets of Rage 4” we at Orange Bison have decided to take a look back at one of the most popular franchises of the 16 bit Generation starting off with the 1991 release of Streets of Rage for the Sega Mega Drive. Released in 1991 during the Arcade craze, Streets of Rage was vying for the title of top Beat ‘em up’; its main challengers were Capcom’s and N...[Read More]

Tanglewood

I suspect if you’re reading this then you might like a wee bit of the 16-bit. Tanglewood has been developed by Big Evil Corporation and coincidentally is released today on both Steam and Cartridge for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. We initially interviewed the creator of Tanglewood Matt Phillips back in March 2017. You can read that with delight here. The most interesting thing of note about Tanglew...[Read More]

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